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The time of the year - Navratri - holds immense religious significance in the Hinduism culture. Corresponding to either March or April of the Gregorian Calendar, Chaitra Navratri falls in the Chaitra month according to the Hindu calendar, the first day of which also marks the Hindu New Year. The Chaitra Navratri this year begins on 2nd April and continues for the following nine days, till 11th April.During Navratri, nine Hindu goddesses, namely Shailaputri or Pratipada, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skandamata, Katyayani, Kaalratri, Mahagauri, and Siddhidatri are worshipped. Every year, Navratri festivities are celebrated four times. One during the Jan-Feb season,...

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Navratri – for the uninitiated – is a Hindu festival dedicated to the 9 Goddesses. It spans across 9 nights and is celebrated for different reasons in different parts of the country. This year, the autumn Navratri is between 7th – 15th October. People observe fast the entire day, eating certain foods and fruits minimally. On the ninth day, the fast comes to an end with a feast of poori, chana, and halva – or its variations in different regions.If you too are celebrating Navratri, all you need is the right kind of food material to go through it, apart...

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Navratri – the most auspicious 9 nights – is celebrated twice a year to worship Goddess Durga and her nine forms. Chaitra Navratri that is celebrated in March or April as per the Gregorian Calendar is around the year. The other Navratri is Sharad Navratri that is celebrated during the autumn months. It is time to seek Goddess Durga’s blessing for protection against evil and ask for happiness. At Dinesh Flour Mills, we wish everyone a happy and a safe Navratri season. We also bring to you healthy ingredients you can use to prepare prasadam for the prayers and food...

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